IMPORTANT NOTICE: A Declared State of Disaster is currently in place across Victoria. For more information, see: COVID-19 information for licensees
We have released our Corporate Plan for 2020-23.
Clubs that earned revenue from gaming machines between 1 July 2019 – 30 June 2020 need to provide us with an audited Community Benefit Statement (CBS) by 30 September 2020 as required by the Gambling Regulation Act 2003 (GRA).
We are working with government departments and agencies to implement a range of measures in response to coronavirus and respond to state of emergency changes to restrictions.
Make sure you’re registered, and your details are up to date on the Liquor Portal so you get important licence and coronavirus (COVID-19) information when you need it.
The Victorian gaming expenditure data for 2019-20 financial year is now available.
The wholesale liquor sales data reporting period for 2019-20 is now open.
Gaming venue operators will be given the opportunity to defer any community contribution payments due in 2020 due to impacts associated with the coronavirus.
Since the State of Emergency was declared in Victoria on 16 March, we have processed over 2,300 temporary limited licences to support businesses impacted by coronavirus.
Objections to a liquor licence application can now be completed online.
Businesses that hold a permanent liquor licence must renew their licence each year to continue to supply liquor. This is typically done by paying an annual renewal fee.